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... to exchange a few words in the bus.
The hostel turned out to have a couple of dorm rooms as well as some private rooms. The dorm was MXN 140 per person, while the cheapest private room cost MXN 290. There was a pleasant open-air common space and kitchen. We had also heard that this hostel was famous for serving an amazing continental breakfast. Last but not least its location was fabulous, right on the main square called "Plaza Grande" where various cultural events are ...
... three minutes without melting. As you walk into the site, thew first thing you see is the Pyramid of the Magician, an impressive building just like the Castle at Chichen Itza. According to Mayan legend, a magician God called Itzamna built the pyramid in just one night by himself. The whole site was covered in Iguanas of all colours and sizes, I kept pointing them out, excited at seeing each and every one of them. We explored the whole site and even climbed ...
An all-day travel day from Palenque to Merida. First sight of water in 2 weeks with the Gulf of Mexico at Champoton. All those pelicans sitting on the posts by the fishing boats.
San Idelfonso Cathedral with the giant ...
... I entered eagerly. I found the place empty but heading towards the back, saw a lady in the kitchen. I politely explained that I wanted something to eat and she happily obliged, explaining that they had a set menu of either vegetarian or Mexican food. I opted for the Mexican food and was not disappointed. It turns out that the restaurant specialises in Mayan food, offering a different set menu each day. She seemed very pleased to have me there and with my attempts to ...
... and a flat screen with king size bed and plenty of room, with a pool and restaurant available. Although the wifi wasn't working in the room it was very cheap and still good. It's not situated in Cancun hotel zone with all the big resorts and American tourists, instead it's in downtown Cancun with all the locals. When we went for a walk to find out what was around our area and to get dinner we had a lot of locals looking at us like we were lost, not being in the tourist area of cancun. ...